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Algonkian of Coastal Carolina __ You will find a lot of information about the history and archaeology of the Algonkian-speaking peoples. While the Algonkian-apeaking people occupied an area from coastal North Carolina to Canada, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Rocky Mountains, this site deals with the North Carolina Algonkian settlements. - From Carolina Algonkian Project -


The Archaeology of Coastal North Carolina Page 1 __ "In 1954 the Coastal Studies Institute of Louisiana State University contracted to make a comprehensive survey of the Cape Hatteras area of the Carolina Coast. The work was to include the archeology, cultural geography, botany, coastal morphology, and geology of the region."  The results of that study - From -


The Archaeology of Early North Carolina __ "In any case, the state’s first inhabitants, these early American Indians, likely arrived in what is now North Carolina from the north. They would have seen a much different landscape than we see today."  An overview. - From - 


The Archaeology of Native North Carolina __ An intense collection of papers.  PDF file - illustrated - From - 

The Archaeology and Prehistory of Projectile Points and other Artifacts of the North Carolina Piedmont __ Just what the title says it is. "From an archaeological perspective, most of what we know of these first, ancient North Carolinians exists as stone artifacts, fired clay pottery, and a few large, earthen structures. Typically, wood, bone, leather and similar materials have not survived the moist conditions and acid soils of the Piedmont." - illustrated -

Cape Island Report __ "An archaeological investigation was conducted at 31ON190 between November 4 and November 23, 1996, by Garrow & Associates, Inc." You will find a full report on the research. - illustrated - From State of North Carolina -


Category:Archaeological sites in North Carolina __ Index of articles relating to North Carolina archaeology found in Wikipedia. - From wikipedia -


Cherokee Archaeology at Warren Wilson__ Excavations of an ancient Cherokee village through a student's journal, photos, and sketches. -

dig: North Carolina Archaeology Events __ "dig's guide to special archaeological programs, events, and exhibits in North Carolina" - From -


Exploring Joara Foundation __ "At the Berry site near Morganton, North Carolina, archaeologist have unearthed the location of the Native American settlement of Joara where Pardo built Fort San Juan in 1567."  Learn about the history, research and field school. - illustrated - From -


Fort Neoheroka Excavation and Artifacts __ "What is not shown are the thermal images of the ground where the mass grave lies. Images of over 900 skulls were found. That makes this the largest Indian massacre burial site in the country."  Photo and text essay. - illustrated - From -


Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina's First Peoples __ You will find click-to-view information which is actually a set of lesson plans. - From -




NC Historic Sites - Town Creek Indian Mound __ "Town Creek Indian Mound is an unusual phenomenon in the history of North American archaeology. Most archaeological sites are investigated for a few years and then… archaeologists move on to new locations."  Find out why this site is different, learn what the research has accomplished and much more. - illustrated - From -   


NC Project Archaeology: Lesson Plans __ "Project Archaeology lesson plans for North Carolina are available in a book called Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina's First Peoples, published by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." If you do not want to get the book, you will find the plans online. - From University of North Carolina -


North Carolina Archaeological Society __ Learn about the organization, its history, membership information, accomplishments and goals. - From -  

North Carolina Archaeology __ Overview of archaeology in North Carolina - photos and other illustrations -


North Carolina Archaeology Museum Directory __ List of archaeology museums in North Carolina - From -


North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 70 Indian Antiquities, Archaeological Resources and Unmarked Human Skeletal Remains Protection __ North Carolina laws regarding Native American artifacts and remains, - From -


North Carolina GIS Archaeological Predictive Model Project __ "This major project will develop a series of GIS-based predictive models of the location of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites in North Carolina, and will computerize all of the state's archaeological site records." Learn how this will be of help. - From Environmental Services, Inc. - 


North Carolina Office of State Archaeology __ "Articles and information about the prehistoric and historic archaeology of the state from the Office of State Archaeology." - illustrated - From -


Office of State Archaeology __ This office oversees the statewide survey of historic and prehistoric sites, including underwater archaeological surveys, and conducts fieldwork, technical assistance, and permitting to protect unmarked burials, shipwrecks and archaeological resources on state owned land.  Learn about the office, its goals and accomplishments. - From -




The Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck Project __ "In 1997, under the direction of the Underwater Archaeology Branch of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, archaeologists began exploring, documenting, and recovering archaeological remains at the Queen Anne's Revenge shipwreck site."  You will find the results of that research and plans for the future. - illustrated - From - 

Subsistence Remains from Prehistoric North Carolina Archaeological ... __ You will find a detailed and technical paper. A 'sign-in' may pop-up but I found that it can be ignored when accessing the click-to-read articles. - From Office of State Archaeology -


Type Descriptions of the Projectile Points of the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina __ Descriptions and images of various points. - illustrated - From -


Western NC Ceramics Typology __ Annotated gallery and click-to-read articles. - illustrated - From -


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